Sheffield Wednesday fans know that it’s been a good start to life in the 2019/20 Championship campaign under new manager Garry Monk, as we find ourselves sat in fifth place in the second tier table, only three points behind league leaders West Bromwich Albion and in recent times, Morgan Fox has certainly changed a few perceptions about him.
The 26-year-old was a £700,000 capture from Charlton Athletic back in the January 2017 window, and to date, he has 80 appearances to his name in our shirt – but he’s often split the fanbase with poor performances as we struggled and battled with Financial Fair Play concerns.
Having come into the team under Monk, he’s had a second lease of life and he’s certainly gained the plaudits for that as he wins more over and he has recently taken the Player of the Month gong for our exploits in October.
Thanks for all your support ???????????? https://t.co/o4gLp9v2IY
— Morgan Fox (@MA_Fox) October 30, 2019
Fox won the gong with 35% of the vote, with Dominic Iorfa in second with 31% and Julian Borner third with 15%.
I've not been a fan of either myself, (don't condone any kind of booing or direct abuse though) but the way they've both turned their careers round in their respective circumstances shows remarkable character ????
— MGMarra (@MG_Marra) October 30, 2019
Well deserved Foxy ????
— Nathan Booth ???? (@boothie_swfc) October 30, 2019
Nice work ????
— Peter Woodward (@petewoodward661) October 30, 2019
Well deserved you have been an absolute unit
— Alistair ???? (@FakieV2) October 30, 2019
Well done Morgan … the Chelmsford Maldini ????
— Spartan (@topowl1) October 30, 2019
Never been a fan of fox but under Gary Monk he is a different player. This is well deserved and a great reward for sticking with it even when the crowd didn't always stick with you ????????
— Kevin Palmer (@KevinPa81029606) October 30, 2019